The Daily Hotness: Don't say I never did nothing for you


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Kentucky Route Zero is 50% off for another day. You can get all five episodes, two of which are currently available, for a paltry $12.49. It’s one of the best games of the year. You should buy it. Either DRM free here (plus Steam key) or directly through Steam. Don’t say I never did nothing for you.

Today, we had more Communitoid for you to put in your ears, Dale took a look at Assassin’s Creed IV: Hey Look, There’s Pirates Now, we collectively recovered from the Steam sale (well, I didn’t buy anything, actually; abstinence, yay!), Chris Carter reviewed a worthwhile mobile game called Tiny Thief, and more.

Destructoid Original:What did you get during the Steam summer sale?The DTOID Show: Wasteland 2, Borderlands 2, & Square EnixImpressions: Sonic & Mega Man: Worlds Collide #7-9Live show: Civilization V multiplayerCommunity:Community blogs of 7/23Forum thread of the day: Mercenary KingsCommunitoid episodes 015, 016 and 017: Because we careReviews: Review: Tiny ThiefPreviews:Assassin’s Creed IV: Welcome to the Golden Age of Pirates

News:First Ouya sales data isn’t all that impressiveLords of Shadow 2 soundtrack will sound quite differentGame Freak’s new mystery game is a Solitaire horse racerHmm: Take-Two renews trademarks for Rockstar’s AgentUpcoming Tomb Raider comic to ‘lead directly’ into sequelThat space-station janitor sim now has multiplayerEidos Montreal founder resignsNintendo stock hits two-year high thanks to Western salesVintage solo board game Chainsaw Warrior going digitalSteam who? Kentucky Route Zero half off for 48 hoursStardock plans to reboot Star ControlEarn Wii U eShop credit by adding funds to your accountCritter Crunch and other classic PSN games for a buckScalable GUI, remappable controls next for Cube World

Offbeat:Tonetta does Super Meat Boy … YES YES YES!

Media:New invention will let you feel virtual objectsFantasy Life Link gets an adorable new trailerDead or Alive 5 Ultimate gets ‘Pop Idol’ sets, new modesNew releases: You had me at isometric cyberpunk fantasy